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well. 30 minutes running custon prime max temps are 63 64 67 61. over 10c lower than before and with just mx-4. biggrin.gif

That is a good sign. cool.gif

What is your PLL voltage set at? I have mine set at 1.55v with vcore at 1.15v at 4.5GHZ. I think you might be able to lower your vcore and lower temps as well. Vcore seems a high for 4.5GHZ.
Edited by SonDa5 - 11/9/12 at 12:57pm
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NO! STOP IT! Don't you dare tempt me!

Not tempting anybody. Just motivating those who want to do it but are a little scared.
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That is a good sign. cool.gif
What is your PLL voltage set at? I have mine set at 1.55v with vcore at 1.15v at 4.5GHZ. I think you might be able to lower your vcore and lower temps as well. Vcore seems a high for 4.5GHZ.



i believe is set to 1.60, using offset, but yes, can run lower then 1.32 volts

EDIT. that vcore is really low, damn, mine came running stock at 1.25
Edited by chris-br - 11/9/12 at 1:12pm
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why don't people realize they can use indigo xtreme like me its amazing stuf and super easy to do....UGH

IX has less w/mk than Liquid Pro man, and costs a gazillion dollars! tongue.gif
Did they pay you or what? xD
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i believe is set to 1.60, using offset, but yes, can run lower then 1.32 volts
EDIT. that vcore is really low, damn, mine came running stock at 1.25

Try a fixed vcore, sounds like your oc wasn't 100% stable.
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why don't people realize they can use indigo xtreme like me its amazing stuf and super easy to do....UGH

Can you use it on the die ? If so how ?
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You can't put indigo xtreme on the die though can you? What is it? Is it some kind of pad that has the thermal material in it?

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IX has less w/mk than Liquid Pro man, and costs a gazillion dollars! tongue.gif
Did they pay you or what? xD
Try a fixed vcore, sounds like your oc wasn't 100% stable.

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Can you use it on the die ? If so how ?

It comes ina package little pad that you melt by running prime or IBT. Then you let it fit perfectly to the heatsink and IHS. Its super easy to do comes off super easily. Yeah its no liquid pro but liquid pro is ment for smaller areas like the die. I mentioned this way back like 150 pages ago and no one listened.

Indigo Xtreme is very effective over other tim.

I have heard that it is able to apply to the die as well. You just need to take a chunk off and apply it on the die and let it heat up and such but that's to much work. LP for small areas like dies then IX for IHS.
Edited by Valgaur - 11/9/12 at 2:27pm
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It comes ina package little pad that you melt by running prime or IBT. Then you let it fit perfectly to the heatsink and IHS. Its super easy to do comes off super easily. Yeah its no liquid pro but liquid pro is ment for smaller areas like the die. I mentioned this way back like 150 pages ago and no one listened.
Indigo Xtreme is very effective over other tim.
I have heard that it is able to apply to the die as well. You just need to take a chunk off and apply it on the die and let it heat up and such but that's to much work. LP for small areas like dies then IX for IHS.

I ordered a tube of liquid pro to replace my liquid ultra for the die (i figure I can use the ihs if switch to water anyways since the LP conducts like a boss) and I ordered a single pack of indigo extreme. I am hoping you are right and this will make my temps more in line with the temps I am seeing from others. I pictured mid 70's pushing 1.45v,, instead I am seeing upper 90's.
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I ordered a tube of liquid pro to replace my liquid ultra for the die (i figure I can use the ihs if switch to water anyways since the LP conducts like a boss) and I ordered a single pack of indigo extreme. I am hoping you are right and this will make my temps more in line with the temps I am seeing from others. I pictured mid 70's pushing 1.45v,, instead I am seeing upper 90's.

I think liquid ultra will work better than indigo extreme but you have to make sure you have good surface contact on your mount.



I would try remounting with Liquid ultra only on all surfaces and see if your temps drop. If you get a good mount just subract 2-3C from that and that is what you would see with Liquid Pro.


Liquid pro is a must have for bare die mounts with no IHS. It doesn't require much block pressure to work great which is safe for bare die.

I think Indigo Extreme is pricey for what it is. I would rather use Liquid Ultra or Liquid Pro. Again think about lapping your IHS and block surface for a nice flat surface for best contact.

IB IHS has been reported to be concave by many so lapping it flat will help alot.
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I'll give bare die a try with Liquid pro...I don't trust my IHS nor my fingers, don't wanna kill my MVG lol
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